Follow the prompts below to schedule your genetic counseling appointment!
Some U.S. states have genetic counseling licensure—and some do not.

  • Select the state you will be located in at the time of your appointment.
  • This will ensure that you are matched with a genetic counselor who is licensed in your state (when applicable).
  • If you live in a state without licensure (or outside the U.S.), you can book an appointment with any genetic counselor.

Which states have genetic counseling licensure?
AL, AR, CA, CT, DE, ID, IA, IL, IN, GA, KY, LA, MA, MN, NE, NJ, NM, NH, ND, OH, OK, PA, SD, TN, UT, VA, WA.

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This appointment type is specifically for patients who have had hereditary cancer testing done through ArtemisDNA and have received a positive result. Your genetic counselor will ask you about your personal and family medical history, with a focus on cancer diagnoses. This background helps your genetic counselor to understand your results in context. Your genetic counselor will also discuss with you how your results may impact your medical management recommendations.

Intake Questionnaire For Cancer Genetics Consults

Northern EuropeanSouthern EuropeanAshkenaziSephardic or other Jewish ancestryAfrican AmericanAfricanHispanicSouth AsianEast AsianNative American or Pacific IslanderOtherI don't know!Prefer not to answer

BreastOvarianColonEndometrial (Uterine)PancreaticStomachProstateRenal (Kidney)Other Cancer Type